free seminar on estate planning
Financial Advisor Steven King, of Edward Jones, and John Kimmel, CPA, of Bequette and Kimmel Accountancy Corp., are joining forces to offer an estate planning seminar on Tuesday, Nov. 1, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at St. John’s Parish Hall on Lawrence Street in Quincy. Topics that will be discussed by the two professionals in their respective fields include estate tax law changes, wills vs. trusts, probate issues and advanced care directives. They will also be reviewing the myriad of potential tax benefits of gifting using IRAs, appreciated assets and trusts. The seminar, hosted by the Plumas District Hospital Foundation, is free and refreshments will be provided.
update on casa programs
Ann Krinsky, the program manager for the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program, wants to pass along that both Good Vibrations in Chester and Epilog Books in Quincy are carrying CASA kids studio jewelry. It’s handcrafted jewelry featuring polymer clay beads of cute kid faces and best of all, 90 percent of the proceeds support CASA programs. She also mentioned that each Tuesday restaurants throughout the county host a coffee meeting where folks can drop in and discuss how they might help abused and neglected children in Plumas County. The first Tuesday is at Anna’s Cafe, Greenville; second: Coffee Tree Express, Portola; third: Alley Cat, Quincy; and the fourth Tuesday they gather at Main Street Coffee Bar in Chester.
hats off to these BUSINESSES…
One of Quincy’s best-kept secrets, The Feather Bed, is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Innkeeper Bob Janowski said his mission is “To provide a respite for the weary traveler away from the chaos and tension of normal daily living.” Bob also said they often hear and see many times that folks walk by but have never stopped in to visit this lovely inn. So Bob wants us to pass along to his neighbors and friends to feel free to come in and join Bob and his staff this month as they celebrate their 20th!
Also celebrating the milestone 20th anniversary is Margie Meeker at Country Style Family Hair Care in Greenville. With Halloween just around the corner, or any other special occasion for that matter, we’ll remind you about their vast array of costumes and accessories.
Dr. Gregory Sawyer DDS, is celebrating his 29th year serving the dental needs of Plumas County residents from his East Quincy clinic (across from the Polka Dot). He and his highly skilled team —Karen, Linda, Hilary, Annika and Pat — offer nearly 100 years of combined experience specializing in family dentistry and orthodontics. Sawyer is also a certified Invisalign provider.
Here’s to Richard Caley as he racks up seven years serving the folks throughout Plumas County. He operates Caley Electric, located in Cromberg. Richard does electrical work for both commercial and residential projects, adding that no job is too small or too big.
Mike and Linda Gamberg are celebrating 15 years in business with Yagotawana Outfitters in Quincy. They offer embroidery and screen-printing as well as art design services.
Hans Holtz, owner of Sequoia Dream Construction and Design, notes his 11th year in business. Located in Meadow Valley, Hans does rough framing and finished carpentry, specializing in restoration, preservation and transformation.
Mary Cheek, CPA, is celebrating her sixth anniversary. From her location at 130 Willow St. in Chester she offers accounting services for individuals, businesses and nonprofits. She is ready to help get your taxes ready and filed. Mary is also a notary public.
Al and Katherine Templeton are celebrating their 10th anniversary as owners of the Cedar Lodge and RV Park near Chester. The facility, located a little more than a mile west of town, offers guests front door access from their accommodations to their quads, snowmobiles, cross-country skis and the like. The Lodge is nestled in a wooded, park-like setting with a variety of clean, comfortable rooms. They also have RV hook-ups and a heated seasonal pool.